The Making of Global Capitalism

The Making of Global Capitalism

The Political Economy of American Empire

Book - 2012
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Panitch and Gindin's monumental study offers a significant rethinking of the development of global capitalism.
Published: London ; Brooklyn, NY : Verso, 2012.
ISBN: 9781844677429
Branch Call Number: 330.122 PAN
Characteristics: viii, 456 p :,ill. ;,24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Gindin, Sam


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Sep 11, 2014

To those who are confused - - and they certainly have financed and published much misinformation to confuse us - - about globalism, it is simply the expansion of the global market access to benefit the Transnational Capitalist Class, while further destroying the rights and wages of the world's workers. As wages have dropped and stagnated in the USA, with a shrinking jobs base, the elites have sold more and more to foreign markets, playing the global economic spread. Whether GM or GE, the majority of their sales are now overseas. Of course, this is a fraudulent game of diminishing returns, but sociopaths have little to no future sense. [Where they come up with these so-called competitive markets boggles the mind, and their lack of proof. For further enlightenment, try reading the WTO's Financial Services Agreement sometime.]

Jun 11, 2013

These guys are trying to do what P.J. Cain and A.G. Hopkins did so briliantly with the historical multi-volume treatise on the financial empire of Great Britain.


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